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Surf-Jam 2014: The Russians hit the Bali waves

Surf-Jam 2014: The Russians hit the Bali waves

Every Russian with a board in Bali is destined to get the following question: “Wow, so Russians can surf?!” That’s true. The snowy land of bears and babushkas is far away from Bondi or Venice beach, but the Russian people are famous for being true adventurers. The third annual Russian SurfJam Festival that happened at…

You know you are in Ubud when…

You know you are in Ubud when…

Once predominantly famous for its royal heritage (think palaces and traditional dance performances, literally fit for a king), Ubud has now transformed into a New Age sanctuary. Karma, radiance, transition and awakening all reign supreme in this cozy jungle town that attracts advanced yogis from all around the world, spiritual gurus of all sorts, energy healers, mantra singers,…

From the lens of Photographer Jez O’Hare

From the lens of Photographer Jez O’Hare

Each year, the island of Bali is imprinted by the footprints of over 7.2 million human beings. About 4.2 million of them are locals and about 3 million of them are foreign tourists. Despite all the commonalities and differences between these beings, one thing is for sure: they all have a different Bali story. Who they are, what they…